Call Of Duty Elite Killed Off

by on 02/28/2014

Activision announced that Call of Duty Elite – the online service designed to work with “Modern Warfare 3” and “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” – will be retired as of today. What does this mean to you? This…
• When you try to open the Call of Duty Elite app on your console or mobile device, simply put, you won’t be able to as of 10 a.m. PDT on Friday.
• Call of Duty Elite Founders, members who signed up when the program originally launched in 2011, will get to keep their special emblem and it will continue to be displayed on their playercard in the Call of Duty app for Call of Duty: Ghosts.
• Players who have logged into the Call of Duty Elite service since January 1, 2014 will receive two hours of double XP for Call of Duty: Ghosts. This will be available “soon.”
• Any content stored in-game or uploaded to YouTube via Call of Duty Elite will remain available. In the case of Black Ops II, if you previously linked your YouTube account to your Call of Duty account, all your uploaded videos will be migrated to your personal YouTube account. If not, your videos will go to dedicated Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 Black Ops II channels.
• Regarding Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops II Clans, after February 28, all Clans and Clan Management tools for those games will no longer be accessible through Call of Duty Elite. Activision encouraged users to download the Call of Duty app and try out Call of Duty Clan Wars instead.
• Once Call of Duty Elite goes away this Friday, you also won’t be able to view the medals earned from Clan Ops and Challenges.
• Finally, all Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops II stats won’t be available through Call of Duty Elite, but you can still view recent stats in-game.

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